Latest MLB News & Rumors | Corey Kluber no date back to Yankees, Albert Pujols and more

Right-hander Corey Kluber has no idea when he could return from the disabled list and pitch again this season from MLB with the New York Yankees.

“I don’t really have a date,” said the veteran of the Yankees to on Sunday at Yankee Stadium. “I try to do my best to take it day by day and not look too far ahead.”

The club has already said that it does not expect it until at least September.

Albert Pujols hit a pinch-hitting single to help the Los Angeles Dodgers complete a sweep over the Washington Nationals.

Los Angeles has won nine straight games, the most of the season, since the Chicago Cubs gave them a no-hitter on June 24.

Pujols reached 2,132 RBIs and is behind only Babe Ruth (2,214) and Hank Aaron (2,297).

Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers won’t be the only members of the Boston Red Sox in Denver. JD Martinez, Nathan Eovaldi and Matt Barnes were named as part of the American League reserve.

Boston’s five All-Star players are the most for any American League club. The last time the Red Sox had five All-Stars was in 2018 (Martinez, Chris Sale, Mookie Betts, Mitch Moreland and Craig Kimbrel).